Statue of a man holding up a baby at the corner of Trade and Tryon in downtown Charlotte.

SchoolsGuess What US Cities Have Baby Fever?

A look at which U.S. cities have the highest percentages of children with an infographic showing the percentage of children in each state and how many kids are here.

A girl stand beside what to some might look like a large birdhouse, but actually contains books and is a little library on a post in a yard.

Community6 Tips to Start a Little Free Library in Your Neighborhood

Six things you need to know before organizing a Little Free Library book exchange in your own neighborhood.

SchoolsNo Child Left Out of a Park

President Obama's new Every Kid in a Park initiative gives all fourth-grade students a pass good for free admission to all of America's federal lands and waters. The pass is good for the students and their families for a full year.

BusinessHow Mentorship Impacts the Growth of Entire Communities, Not Just Businesses

When experienced professionals give back and invest time in mentoring, they directly impact the future of entrepreneurship by helping the next generation of startup and small business leaders add more value to their businesses, communities, and cities around the US.

Young Professionals Relocate to Pay Off Student Debt

SchoolsTrying to Get Rid of Student Loan Debt? You Might Consider Moving

One state and city are trying to attract recent college graduates to repopulate specific areas with programs that can repay some of their student loan debt.

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